We really had not expected what we found here. What good fortune, what joy we experienced when we went, because it happened to be the last day of the Impressionist's exhibition, no wonder we found parking so difficult!
The entrance fee was very reasonable (€15 each from memory) for what was on offer to the viewer. We first enjoyed a light lunch but had not realised that if we had walked forward from the restaurant, there are a series of very pleasant small rooms to dine in.
Leisurely stroll to the galleries and WOW ...pinch me...there before us were some of the most exquisite paintings to enjoy.
There are many photos from previous visitors to the exhibition to see if you click photos.
The small town of Laren, we were later told, is an expensive place to live and the recently refurbished Museum - Concert Hall is a big draw. The newly laid gardens have been designed by Piet Oudolf.
It's a gem well worth visiting and this holiday, our second favourite Dutch Museum after the Mauritshuis in the Hague.
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